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All Aboard! A Step-by-Step Guide for Boating with Your Dog

The dog days of summer are here, and sometimes it’s just too hot to hit your favorite trails. So what’s better than getting out on the water with your favorite first mate – your pup! Whether you’re paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, motorboating, or even houseboating, you know it’ll be more fun with your dog by your side. If you have always wanted to take your four-legged aboard, look no further. We created a step-by-step guide.

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Trail Etiquette 101: A Guide for Hiking with Your Dog

There are so many reasons why our trails are some of the best places to adventure with our dogs. And on especially great hikes, we're usually not the only ones on the trail - hikers, bikers, backpackers, horseback riders, and of course, dogs, all have the same rights to use the same trails, unless otherwise specified. By being good stewards of the outdoors and following good trail etiquette, we can all enjoy these beautiful spaces together.

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Episode 10: Such Little Time for So Many Adventures

Rodney and Piggy brainstorm about what they can get up to today. Paddleboarding, mountain biking, skiing, hiking, or maybe just snoozin' in the house. Whatever their adventure ends up being, Rodney will most definitely be outfitted for anything with all his Wilderdog gear. Waterproof Leash Sherpa Fleece Waterproof Blanket Waterproof Collar Welcome to The Weekenders, Dog Adventure Shorts. We follow dogs and their owners on weekend adventures! Some are relaxing days, some extreme. For dogs, we know that every day is the best day ever. Get outside and enjoy the world with yours.

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Trail Tips: The Dangers of Foxtails for Your Dog & How to Protect Them

The Ugly Hitchhikers. We’re not talking about people on the side of the road looking for a free ride; that might make a little more sense, but what we’re talking about is foxtail grass. These seemingly innocent seeds will catch a ride on anything passing by – a mechanism that has helped them become a highly successful invasive species. You have probably felt one of these pesky weeds in your sock while hiking, and they sure are annoying. But for our dogs, they can be pretty bad news. “The potential to cause serious damage is low, but when it does, it can be catastrophic,” said Dr. Sonni Gilbert, DVM in Heron, Montana.

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